Ryan T Bailey
Ryan T Bailey
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Assessing regional‐scale spatio‐temporal patterns of groundwater–surface water interactions using a coupled SWAT‐MODFLOW model
RT Bailey, TC Wible, M Arabi, RM Records, J Ditty
Hydrological Processes 30 (23), 4420-4433, 2016
902016
Numerical modeling of atoll island hydrogeology
RT Bailey, JW Jenson, AE Olsen
Groundwater 47 (2), 184-196, 2009
762009
Assessing selenium contamination in the irrigated stream–aquifer system of the Arkansas River, Colorado
TK Gates, BM Cody, JP Donnelly, AW Herting, RT Bailey, J Mueller Price
Journal of Environmental quality 38 (6), 2344-2356, 2009
602009
The influence of nitrate on selenium in irrigated agricultural groundwater systems
RT Bailey, WJ Hunter, TK Gates
Journal of Environmental Quality 41 (3), 783-792, 2012
532012
Modeling variably saturated multispecies reactive groundwater solute transport with MODFLOW‐UZF and RT3D
RT Bailey, ED Morway, RG Niswonger, TK Gates
Groundwater 51 (5), 752-761, 2013
512013
Ensemble smoother assimilation of hydraulic head and return flow data to estimate hydraulic conductivity distribution
R Bailey, D Baù
Water Resources Research 46 (12), 2010
502010
The role of interior watershed processes in improving parameter estimation and performance of watershed models
H Yen, RT Bailey, M Arabi, M Ahmadi, MJ White, JG Arnold
Journal of Environmental Quality 43 (5), 1601-1613, 2014
422014
Modeling variably saturated subsurface solute transport with MODFLOW‐UZF and MT3DMS
ED Morway, RG Niswonger, CD Langevin, RT Bailey, RW Healy
Groundwater 51 (2), 237-251, 2013
402013
Estimating the ground water resources of atoll islands
RT Bailey, JW Jenson, AE Olsen
Water 2 (1), 1-27, 2010
372010
Estimating geostatistical parameters and spatially-variable hydraulic conductivity within a catchment system using an ensemble smoother.
RT Bailey, D Baù
Hydrology & Earth System Sciences 16 (2), 2012
362012
Simulating reactive transport of selenium coupled with nitrogen in a regional-scale irrigated groundwater system
RT Bailey, TK Gates, M Ahmadi
Journal of Hydrology 515, 29-46, 2014
352014
Simulating variably-saturated reactive transport of selenium and nitrogen in agricultural groundwater systems
RT Bailey, TK Gates, AD Halvorson
Journal of contaminant hydrology 149, 27-45, 2013
332013
Comprehensive simulation of nitrate transport in coupled surface-subsurface hydrologic systems using the linked SWAT-MODFLOW-RT3D model
X Wei, RT Bailey, RM Records, TC Wible, M Arabi
Environmental Modelling & Software 122, 104242, 2019
272019
Estimating the freshwater-lens thickness of atoll islands in the Federated States of Micronesia
RT Bailey, JW Jenson, D Taboroši
Hydrogeology Journal 21 (2), 441-457, 2013
272013
Spatial and temporal variability of in-stream water quality parameter influence on dissolved oxygen and nitrate within a regional stream network
RT Bailey, M Ahmadi
Ecological modelling 277, 87-96, 2014
262014
SWATMOD‐Prep: Graphical user interface for preparing coupled SWAT‐MODFLOW simulations
R Bailey, H Rathjens, K Bieger, I Chaubey, J Arnold
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53 (2), 400-410, 2017
252017
Assessing best management practices for remediation of selenium loading in groundwater to streams in an irrigated region
RT Bailey, EC Romero, TK Gates
Journal of Hydrology 521, 341-359, 2015
252015
Rainwater catchment system design using simulated future climate data
CD Wallace, RT Bailey, M Arabi
Journal of Hydrology 529, 1798-1809, 2015
242015
The heterogeneous impacts of groundwater management policies in the Republican River Basin of Colorado
RA Hrozencik, DT Manning, JF Suter, C Goemans, RT Bailey
Water Resources Research 53 (12), 10757-10778, 2017
232017
Assessing the effectiveness of land and water management practices on nonpoint source nitrate levels in an alluvial stream–aquifer system
RT Bailey, TK Gates, EC Romero
Journal of contaminant hydrology 179, 102-115, 2015
212015
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